THE PAYROLL PODCAST with Nick Day, Director of JGA Recruitment & Guests!

Payroll PodcastThe Payroll Podcast was the first podcast produced exclusively for the UK and broader global payroll community.  Nick Day meets with payroll industry experts to discuss complex payroll issues, International payroll legislation, technology, systems, processes and compliance. My aim is to support the payroll industry and help the hardworking payroll professionals within it to prepare and embrace the future of payroll. 

We journey through complex payroll issues ranging from Robotic Process Automation; Blockchain; Cryptocurrencies; Artificial Intelligence and Wellbeing to Compliance; Global Payroll, Payroll Vendor Management, Payroll Bureau Operations and International Payroll Legislation (and more)!  

We live in a competitive world with dynamic global workforces. Let’s embrace these changes and develop strategies together to raise the profile of payroll worldwide forever. 

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If you want to be on the show, or if you need support with a payroll recruitment requirement, please do reach out to me. Tel: 01727 800 377 | Email Nick@jgarecruitment.com

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Payroll Projects & Transformation with Jeanette Hibbert #52

Jeanette Hibbert, Global Payroll Projects & Transformation expert, joins NIck Day on The Payroll Podcast to discusses strategic leadership, process and technology reviews and how to successfully deliver payroll transformation projects on a major scale.

David Ossip

The Future of Payroll, Technology & Pay-on-Demand with David Ossip #51

The Future of Payroll, Technology & Pay-on-Demand with David Ossip #51

David OssipNick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by David Ossip, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ceridian HCM Holdings to discuss the future of payroll, technology and pay-on-demand services.

Ceridian’s brand promise, which is “Makes Work Life Better™”, is a promise to deliver innovative technology that helps companies better engage and manage their employees and we will be finding out a lot more about how David plans to achieve this during the course of this podcast.

Now David is a transformational technology leader and serial entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience building and leading successful Human Capital Management (or HCM) technology companies and he is also the driving force behind the innovation, vision and leadership at Ceridian, which has grown to become a global HCM company committed to delivering quantifiable value to its customers and great experiences for their employees.

In fact, Dayforce, Ceridian’s Intelligent HCM platform, has grown at an annual compounded rate of more than 50% since 2012, and Ceridian now serves more than 4,600 customers around the globe. In 2018, Ceridian went public and its stock is now listed on both the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange.

David, who holds an MBA from Harvard Business School has been the recipient of many awards for his leadership, including:

  • The Ernst and Young Award for Entrepreneur of the Year
  • The Ernst and Young National Special Citation for Technology Innovation
  • Canada’s Top 40 under 40
  • The Waterstone Human Capital’s Most Admired CEO for Transformational Leadership
  • Is one of Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEOs
  • The Arthur Kroeger College Award for Management

In this “The Future Of Payroll, Technology and Pay-on-Demand” episode with David Ossip on The Payroll Podcast, we also explore:

  1. A lot has changed over the course of 2020, particularly in the workplace, so what are your thoughts on the seismic shift we’ve witnessed in the world of work, and where you see it going over the next few years?
  2. While technology has been changing the way we work for some time, payroll seems to be one area that hasn’t seen the same scale of innovation, at least not here in the UK. With this in mind, what does the future of payroll look like from your perspective?
  3. How does Dayforce Wallet work, and what are the benefits you see it driving for both the employee and the employer?
  4. What was the catalyst behind Ceridian bringing this type of solution to market?
  5. What has the response been from customers, and what are your expectations for growth down the road?
  6. What industries, sectors, or types of employment do you think would benefit most from an on-demand pay solution?
  7. What is it that differentiates Dayforce Wallet in the market?
  8. What do you think the future of payroll looks like and do you think it is a future that payroll professionals should be excited, rather than anxious about embracing?

Links highlighted in this “Payroll Leadership & Training” episode are included below:

Of course, if you are Payroll Leader listening to this podcast and you have a payroll-related vacancy that you would love some specialist payroll recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great Payroll recruitment experience feels like!  You can reach out to me directly at nick@jgarecruitment.com or give me a call – 01727800377

www.jgarecruitment.com

Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the Payroll Podcast real soon

Richard McLean

Cloud Payroll Technology with Richard McLean #50

Cloud Payroll Technology with Richard McLean #50

Nick Day is joined on The Payroll Podcast sofa by Richard McLean, Co Founder of KeyPay!

After working for over 20 years in IT, Rich and his three co-founders took the leap and created their own business KeyPay, a cloud-based payroll and workforce management tool. Since its launch in 2012, KeyPay is now trusted by over 158,000 businesses in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Rich is passionate about keeping business processes simple and removing the unnecessary stressors in the payroll and workforce world.

KeyPay is a cloud-based workforce management and payroll platform, new to the UK in 2018. KeyPay is the first true cloud-based platform to hit the UK bureau market, designed to eliminate the traditional payroll headaches of employee onboarding, data collection, HMRC and pension fund compliance.  In a single, integrated platform, KeyPay automates the flow of data from employees across rosters, timesheets, leave management, and reporting, through to the payroll bureau and back to the business, providing full client visibility of the pay run at all times.

KeyPay launched in Australia in 2012 and dramatically changed the payroll landscape by offering a fully flexible, customisable solution catering to the diverse business needs in Australia.

In this “Cloud Payroll Technology” episode of The Payroll Podcast, Richard is asked:

  1. How does the payroll market in Australia differ from the UK, in terms of technology, perception, and/or complexities?
  2. What does the future of payroll look like? 
  3. What problematic, conventional payroll processes do you think have been accepted as ‘the norm’ by payroll professionals?
  4. Why do you think accounting firms and payroll bureaus are slower to adopt cloud payroll technology?
  5. What features should accountants look out for in their payroll technology to maximise their efficiencies
  6. How else can technology add value?
  7. What changes could payroll bureaus or accountants make to improve their processes?
  8. How can payroll departments make payroll profitable?

Links highlighted in this “Cloud Payroll Technology” episode are included below:

  • Director Pays powered by KeyPay: KeyPay recently launched a cloud-based payroll tool for accountants and payroll bureaux: Director Pays. Director Pays is designed specifically to remove all manual efforts involved with director payroll processing. With a one-off set up, accounting firms can automate pay schedules, HMRC submissions including FPS and EPS, tax and NIC calculations, client reporting, and journal entries to accounting platforms.
  • White paper: How accountants can use technology to make payroll profitableExploring automation in the UK payroll space and the opportunity it can bring for payroll, KeyPay interviewed 8 thought leaders about technology innovation and trends in the industry. Their responses, alongside research into the state of payroll in the UK, contributed toward KeyPay’s recent white paper.
  • Richard McLean – LinkedIn Profile
  • KeyPay Website
  • KeyPay Blog
  • Nick Day (The Payroll Podcast Host) Linkedin Profile
  • JGA Recruitment Group – Specialist Payroll Recruiters
  • Contact the Host, Nick Day: nick@jgarecruitment.com | 0044 1727 800 377

Of course, if you are Payroll Leader listening to this podcast and you have a payroll-related vacancy that you would love some specialist payroll recruitment support with – please also get in touch with me!  I would love to help show you what a great Payroll recruitment experience feels like!

Thanks for listening folks – I look forward to bringing you the next episode of the Payroll Podcast real soon